Artwork provided by the artist. NAME: Alexandrea PangburnOCCUPATIONS: Muralist, Painter LOCATION: Golden, Colorado, USAART: alexandreapangburn.com Instagram: @alexandrea_pang
Alexandrea Pangburn got her start as a paid artist doing pet portraits in Columbus, Ohio. She then moved to Golden, Colorado and is now able to focus on commissioned work, murals and her own art in addition to managing the gallery at RiNo Made, an art store in Denver. In our conversation, she talks about how she networks, how her first mural became a huge marketing piece & how Instagram has been helpful.
Time-lapse and behind-the-scenes videos of Trent Call’s creative process.
Artwork provided by the artist unless otherwise noted. NAME: Shae “SRIL” PetersenOCCUPATIONS: Aerosol ArtistLOCATION: Salt Lake City, Utah, USAART: Instagram: @srilart | Facebook | srilart.com
Shae “SRIL” Petersen’s roots are in graffiti and he spent many years as a graphic designer. Then, after getting a divorce, he decided to chuck the well-paying job and dive back into art as a full-time aerosol artist. Here he shares how his success has affected him both positively and negatively, ways he differentiates himself + some thoughts on what it takes to get what you want in life.
NAME: Joseph ToneyOCCUPATIONS: Graphic Designer, Muralist, Painter LOCATION: Salt Lake City, Utah, USAART: toney.co | Instagram @joseph_toney
Timing & luck can play a role in a person’s success, but often those “lucky breaks” are the result of hard work and the ability to notice and seize opportunities. Joseph Toney shares which skills he thinks help him stand out from other artists, how he puts himself out there & how he lays the groundwork for success.
Artwork provided by the artist unless otherwise noted. NAME: David “Davidaisy” Steigerwald OCCUPATIONS: Graphic Designer, Illustrator, Painter LOCATION: Salt Lake City, Utah, USAART: Painting davidaisy.com | Graphic Design stagsdesign.com | Instagram @davidaisy
Meet David – A.K.A. “Davidaisy.” In our conversation, he dives into the details of his creative process, talks about how he manages his time working both as an art director for a snowboard magazine and doing his own art and how he usually succeeds in selling more than half of his pieces at his art shows.